TONIGHT: The clouds will stick around overnight with low temperatures in the lower 20s. The light northerly breeze will produce wind chills in the teens.
TUESDAY: The first part of Tuesday looks dry with high temperatures reaching the mid 30s but we’ll be tracking our next round of winter weather by the afternoon. As a low pressure system lifts northeast, it will bring the return of snow back to Mid-Missouri, developing by late afternoon in the Ozarks and spreading northeast through the evening. Temperatures will fall to just below freezing by early evening.
EXTENDED: Late evening and overnight, snow will gradually change to freezing rain and drizzle before ending and ice accumulation is possible by early Wednesday morning. Ice accumulation looks more likely in our southeastern counties, but only a few hundredths up to .1″ is expected. Snow accumulation will be higher to the north and west where up to 4-6″ is possible. Most areas on average will see 1-3″. Precipitation moves out Wednesday morning and by noon, temperatures make it back above freezing, reaching the upper 30s to near 40. Temperatures will gradually warm up throughout the week, with a chance at seeing 50 degrees by next weekend, with the unsettled pattern continuing and more rain or mix chances. Rain is possible Friday night and Saturday. Watch ABC 17 News for the latest forecast and check back here for updates.